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TSS Software Celebrates 15th Anniversary

July 18, 2008

TSS Software Celebrates 15th Anniversary

Annapolis, MD – TSS Software Corporation (TSS), a nationwide software provider dedicated to the settlement services industry, celebrates their 15-year anniversary this month as they closed their 60th consecutive profitable quarter. Since their inception in 1993, TSS has been committed to providing real estate title, settlement, and abstracting companies nationwide with innovative, reliable technology solutions.

“Delivering on customer service has been our greatest strength. This means tailoring each installation to fit the customer’s business and constantly enhancing our software based on the feedback we receive from our customers,” said Barbara Miller, president and chief operating officer of TSS Software.

Future plans for TSS include releasing a new version of their flagship product, TitleExpress, with a new interface and an option to use the Microsoft’s SQL database. In addition, TSS is currently developing their 100% web-based title and settlement system that will be available in the coming months.

“We are looking forward to the future as we develop new software and enhance our current systems, which are installed on more than 16,000 desktops at over 1,500 customer sites nationwide. We firmly believe that TSS’s next fifteen years will be unsurpassed for our company and our customers in terms of innovation and success,” said Robert Miller, chief executive officer of TSS Software.

Source: TSS Software Corporation



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